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WRT54GS "travel router"

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by vincentfox, Oct 21, 2005.

  1. vincentfox

    vincentfox Network Guru Member

    Is there an autopsy on this device somewhere?

    Can it run other firmwares?
     
  2. Shazzz

    Shazzz Network Guru Member

    are you talking about WRT54GC the compact one?...if yes then there aint any 3rd party firmware for that yet...
     
  3. vincentfox

    vincentfox Network Guru Member

    No this is the "WRT54GS travel router". I know it's annoying that they named it in the WRT54GS line, when it's in fact even more compact than the WRT54GC. Look just to the left side of this screen, my linksysinfo page is showing an ad for it. Power plug is built right into the unit so no separate wall-wart.
     
  4. crawdaddy

    crawdaddy Network Guru Member

    I'm pretty sure that the answer is no. but I very well could be wrong...
     
  5. eric_stewart

    eric_stewart Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    The router in question in the WTR54GS (vs. WRT54GS)...doesn't that make your dyslexia act up!

    Short answer: No, there is no 3rd party firmware for it.

    /Eric
    Do you know what the dyslexic, insomniac, agnostic did? He lay awake all night wondering if there really was a Dog!
     
  6. vincentfox

    vincentfox Network Guru Member

    :oops:

    You are so right, I use WRT so often, I missed that this unit is actually W-T-R.

    Still be interesting to see an autopsy. Perhaps something can be done with it. Just occured to me, a unit like this with builtin powerline network picked up over the AC line, could be the ultimate plug-n-play WiFi device.
     
  7. crawdaddy

    crawdaddy Network Guru Member

    but, powerline isn't very common IMO. It would be nice for you, but I have yet to see a powerline network myself...
     
  8. stangri

    stangri LI Guru Member

    The WTR54GS has the same internals as some USR router already running OpenWRT, so it can run 3rd party firmwares, just none have been build for it yet.
     

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